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Exporting to Canada: the DHL Fact Sheet

Exporting to Canada: the DHL Fact Sheet

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Canada has one of the most advanced and stable economies in the world and weathered the global recession comparatively well. In 2013, the World Economic Forum ranked the country’s financial system as the world’s most stable for the sixth consecutive year.

The UK is Canada’s second biggest trading partner. Moving forward, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union (EU) will remove trade tariffs and is projected to inject £1.3 billion into the UK economy.
Canada has one of the most advanced and stable economies in the world and weathered the global recession comparatively well. In 2013, the World Economic Forum ranked the country’s financial system as the world’s most stable for the sixth consecutive year.

The UK is Canada’s second biggest trading partner. Moving forward, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union (EU) will remove trade tariffs and is projected to inject £1.3 billion into the UK economy.

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DHL CANADA FACT SHEET
CANADA
BRITISHCOLUMBIA
ALBERTAYUKONNORTHWESTTERRITORIESSASKATCHEWANMANITOBAONTARIOQUEBECNUNAVUTNEWFOUNDLANDNEWBRUNSWICKNOVASCOTIA
USA
CalgaryWinnipegTorontoOttawaMontréalQuébec
DHL GatewayMajor City
KEY
Capital City
EdmontonMount HopeMirabelDorvalVancouverRichmond
GREENLAND(DK)
Country Profile
Capital
Ottawa
Population
34.8 million
Area
9,984,670 sq km
Currency
1 Canadian dollar (CAD) = 100 cent
GDP
US$ 1.518 trillion (2013 est.)
Languages
English (official) 58.7%, French (official) 22%, Punjabi 1.4%, Italian 1.3%, Spanish 1.3%, German 1.3%, Cantonese 1.2%, Tagalog 1.2%, Arabic 1.1%, other 10.5%
Ethnic Groups
Canadian 32.2%, English 19.8%, French 15.5%, Scottish 14.4%, Irish 13.8%, German 9.8%, Italian 4.5%, Chinese 4.5%, North American Indian 4.2%, other 50.9%
Source: CIA World Factbook
DHL FACTS
Locations:
95
Gateways into the Country:
 8
Number of Service Centres:
 12
DHL Delivery Zone:
 7
Vehicle Fleet:
 243
OVERVIEW
Canada has one o the most advanced and stable economies in the world. Tough 75 per cent o all Canadians live within 161 km o the US-Canada border, the country is relatively sel sufficient. Canada thereore weathered the global recession comparatively well, posting the strongest growth among G7 countries between 2008 and 2010. Te country’s financial system is well-regulated and robust: in 2013, the World Economic Forum ranked it as the world’s most stable or the sixth consecutive year.With one o the world’s most educated workorces, Canada is competitive in innovation-intensive sectors such as IC, clean energy and the lie sciences. Combined with the country’s immense natural resources, which include natural gas, copper and the world’s second-largest deposits o crude oil, Canada is thereore poised or urther growth.o maximise its international trade potential, Canada is actively building its global trade networks: the country is participating in negotiations around the rans-Pacific Partnership, a ree-trade zone among Asian-Pacific nations.Te UK is Canadas second-biggest trading partner behind the USA, with £15.1 billion in bilateral trade in 2012. In October 2013, the European Union (EU) and Canada reached an agreement on the Comprehensive Economic and rade Agreement (CEA), which will remove about 99 per cent o all tariffs between the two economies. British businesses, especially in the automobile, wine, pharmaceutical, dairy and poultry sectors, are expected to benefit significantly when the deal is implemented: it is projected to inject £1.3 billion into the UK economy, boost British exports to Canada by 29 per cent and create thousands o new jobs.
Sources: Department of Finance Canada, European Commission, GOV.UK, National Geographic, OECD, World Bank, World Economic Forum

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